The Glow lights up Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park this October

There’s nothing quite like the invigorating air of an October evening in the Northeastern region of the United States. The brisk tingle of fall fills your lungs and dances atop your skin making butterflies swirl about your tummy in excitement. The wait is over; the holidays have begun! You peruse the internet, looking for that…

“Shameless” actress, Ruby Modine, talks “Happy Death Day”

There’s something special about Ruby Modine. She’s that secret ingredient that takes a story to the next level. She breathes dimension into her characters, filling each with an intriguing depth. In conversation, Ruby is both engaging and genuine, and those two traits effortlessly spill over into her work, making you truly care about the plight…

“Rock and Roll Man” is headed straight to the top!

It’s not every day that a joyous, high-energy musical with its sights set on Broadway has its world premiere run in a quaint little Bucks County village. But that’s exactly what’s happening! Rock and Roll Man: The Alan Freed Story, has just entered its final week at New Hope’s storied Bucks County Playhouse, which means…

Jay Siegel’s Tokens to play iPlay America

Brooklyn, 1955: Jay Siegel teamed up with Neil Sedaka in high school to start a group called The Tokens. The quartet, rounded out by Cynthia Zolitan and Hank Medress, recorded “While I Dream” and “I Love My Baby” for Melba Records. Three years later, Neil left the band. In 1961, a reformed The Tokens, now…

Anna Schafer on becoming “Elizabeth Blue”

“Imagine if you had a nightmare… but it wasn’t contained in sleep. You’re walking around during the day and you are having a nightmare, but you have no idea that it’s a nightmare because you’re awake. So, you think it’s reality. That is what schizophrenia is like.” — Anna Schafer Anna Schafer is the phenomenal…